'Help us help you': NHS launches advert urging people to use 111 website or phone line

Health Daily Mail

A new NHS advert shown in the UK is encouraging people to avoid going to their doctor or A&E in the first instance unless they're critically ill, and suggesting they check symptoms beforehand. …

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